The first of the nine new townhouses on State Street hit the market with a price of $3.5 million. That’s the least expensive of these homes (we reported last year that prices would start at the $3.5 million mark). Here’s what the listing says: “Built 18 x 50 with four floors of living space, this house offers, four bedrooms, four baths, semi-finished basement and roof terrace. 4,300+ square feet of living space in the heart of exciting downtown Brooklyn.” The interior rendering above comes from the 9 Townhouses website. The homes are still under construction and will be ready to be occupied this summer. They’re separated from the first 14 State Street townhouses by a few older brownstones.
9 Townhouses [Official Site]
New Details About State Street’s ‘9 Townhouses’ Project [Brownstoner]
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